Judges Left Speechless By ‘BGT’ Light Act Showing Good Vs. Evil [VIDEO]
UDI, a Siberian light dance group made a huge impact when they auditioned for season nine of ‘BGT.’ Their unique act had the judges singing their praises because it was unlike anything they had ever seen before. Check out their unforgettable audition below that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
UDI Left The Judges At A Loss For Words On ‘BGT’
In their ‘BGT’ performance, a man dressed in all blue representing “good” and was completely at peace. He gets into a conflict with a man dressed in all red to represent “evil.” In the end after a long battle, both of them disappear in the blink of an eye.
The judges were absolutely blown away with each of them at a complete loss for words. The group received a well-deserved standing ovation. “We were saying we were looking for something we have never seen before on Britain’s Got Talent and I’ve never seen anything like that, wow,” David Walliams said.
“Visually one of the best things I have ever seen like that was absolutely perfect” Alesha Dixon said.
“I’m almost at a loss for words” Amanda Holden said. “It just felt so brilliant.”
“Sometimes we’re asked why we have people from other countries entering but I’m so happy that we do have that because then we get to see artists as fantastic as you,” Simon Cowell said. They were voted into the Semi-Finals where they took on another performance similar to their audition. This time, several dancers dressed in blue joined the dance.
UDI made it all the way to the Final on ‘BGT’ where they finished the competition in 10th place.
Where Is This Light Dance Group Today?
After their success on ‘BGT,’ UDI went on to compete on season 13 of ‘AGT.’ This time their audition ended in a cliffhanger. They made it all the way to the Quarterfinals where they went with a storyline about being in a video game. They did not receive enough votes to advance on in the competition.
The group continues to travel the world and set up their own school to teach disadvantaged children to dance.
UDI also posts dance videos on Instagram along with their fairly new YouTube channel. “While the whole world is immersed in self-isolation mode, and after a short break, we go to the start,” they wrote on Instagram. “Catch the first hot video with choreography on a remix of one of the most popular tracks @lifeofdesiigner.”
They also put out a PSA with a little help from their dancing to raise awareness for ending violence in war-torn countries.
Back when they were on ‘BGT,’ UDI had the ultimate dream of opening up a bigger dance school. It definitely seems like they reached their dream and beyond after finding success on the show.